What are the key impacts of media companies? How will society hold them to account in the future? We summarise these four challenges as follows:.
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Further to this, we identify eight social and technological forces that are likely to transform society generally and the world of media more specifically. The report is based on rigorous desk-research, the collective insights of the 25 companies participating in the Responsible Media Forum as well as input from some of the brightest sparks in business, politics and academia. The packed event brought together over people from business, academia, government and the third sector, to celebrate this landmark day in the history of our profession. Images from the event and more details about the ICRS can be found by visiting the article below.
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People worked in factories to make money they could spend on goods they needed it means they produced for exchange, not for use. Countries also created new social systems.
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The third stage began in the second half of the 20th century in the West when people invented automatic production, robotics and the computer. The services sector attained great value.
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The Tofflers proposed one criterion for distinguishing between industrial society and post-industrial society : the share of the population occupied in agriculture versus the share of city labor occupied in the services sector. Thus, the share of the people occupied with brainwork greatly exceeds the share of the people occupied with physical work in post-industrial society. The third wave led to the Information Era now. Homes are the dominant institutions.
Most people carry on their own production and consumption in their homes or electronic cottages, they produce more of their own products and services and markets become less important for them. People consider each other to be equally free as vendors of prosumer-generated commodities. Alvin and Heidi Toffler's main thought consists of the fact that modern man feels shock from rapid changes.
For example, Toffler's daughter went to shop in New York City and she couldn't find a shop in its previous location. Thus New York has become a city without a history. The urban population doubles every 11 years. The overall production of goods and services doubles each 50 years in developed countries. Society experiences an increasing number of changes with an increasing rapidity, while people are losing the familiarity that old institutions religion , family , national identity , profession once provided.
The so-called " brain drain " — the emigration of European scientists to the United States — is both an indicator of the changes in society and also one of their causes. The album by the rock band Gillan was named Future Shock after this book. Curtis Mayfield 's song " Future Shock " on the album Back to the World took its name from this book, and was in turn covered by Herbie Hancock as the title track for his album Future Shock.
That album was considered groundbreaking for fusing jazz and funk with electronic music. Stanley Clarke performed a song with the same title on his album Time Exposure. In the movie The Parallax View the character Joe relates a story to Lee about a wife having an affair with her psychiatrist and then a bulldozer knocking down his house by calling it future shock.